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Evaluation of mobile phone interaction with large public displays

conference contribution
posted on 2023-05-23, 13:32 authored by Pattanakimhum, P, Winyu ChinthammitWinyu Chinthammit, Chotikakamthorn, N
Large public displays are widely used in public spaces for serving information. The flow of the information is largely a one-way passive communication due to a lack of user-content interaction, which in some ways limits its effectiveness as an information display system. We propose a use of mobile phones as a tool to interact with a public display. Our proposed mobile-public display user interaction uses a mobile phone to control and retrieve information from a public display. In this paper we present results of a usability test of our proposed interaction, which indicated that there was a strong correlation between the information retrieval performances and the participant's level of engagement with the mobile phone.


Publication title

Proceedings from the International Joint Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering


S Chantamunee, S Doung-in, P thanathamathee






School of Information and Communication Technology


Curran Associates, Inc.

Place of publication

Red Hook, NY, United States

Event title

International Joint Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering

Event Venue

Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand

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Copyright 2017 IEEE

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Socio-economic Objectives

Expanding knowledge in the information and computing sciences